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Several sex-trafficking lawsuits have been filed against Sean “Diddy” Combs, with one comparing his chief of staff to Ghislaine Maxwell in relation to Jeffrey Epstein. The Department of Homeland Security executed search warrants at Combs’ properties in Miami and Los Angeles tied to these allegations, with Combs facing accusations of sexual assault and trafficking. One lawsuit by music producer Rodney Jones alleges that Combs coerced him into soliciting prostitutes and engaging in sexual activity, seeking $30 million in damages. Combs’ chief of staff, Kristina Khorram, is accused of facilitating these activities and providing drugs to Combs and his employees.

Khorram, who has since deleted her LinkedIn profile, has worked closely with Combs for several years and was described by the artist as an essential part of his team. Other allegations have surfaced against Combs, including claims of rape and physical abuse by his ex-partner Cassie Ventura. Ventura alleged that Combs introduced her to drugs and forced her to engage in sexual acts with male prostitutes, leading to a lawsuit that was settled shortly after being filed. Combs has vehemently denied all allegations, stating that they are attempts to tarnish his reputation and legacy for financial gain.

In response to the lawsuits and accusations, Combs has stated that he will fight to protect his name, family, and the truth. He has emphasized that settling a lawsuit does not constitute an admission of guilt and is merely a way to move past the legal issues. Combs has faced increased scrutiny in light of the high-profile sex trafficking cases involving figures like Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell, leading to heightened public interest in the allegations against him. Despite the ongoing legal battles, Combs maintains his innocence and continues to work in the music industry while defending himself against the claims made by his accusers.

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